Today's release should please all the hidden object adventure fans. Strange Cases: The Secrets of Grey Mist Lake adds another game to the Strange Cases series. The game is all about the mystical and paranormal again, but it is very polished again too. This time around you join and her friend on their journey to a strange town with some legends. The legends say that there is a mist that is able to come down on the town and trap the whole place and its citizens, making them all disappear. Well most of the legends have their roots and they don't just pop up in the minds of people. This one proves to be true when Claire's friend disappears after encountering a ghost. That ghost girl on the road was the first one of many they are to interact with.
Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek is one of the games which the more experienced gamers and the fans of this genre in particular are looking for. The game is a perfect example of the best that you can get in the adventure/hidden object genre today. As it is most appreciated today the game doesn't tell you the core of the story right from the very beginning. You get a little bit to start with, then you have enough to start playing. And as you proceed, you get more bits of the story. The game offers you a great number of hidden object scenes, much interactive exploring to do, and also some quite challenging puzzles to solve.
Royal Envoy 2 is the sequel to one of the best strategy games of the last year. The game has something in common with all of the games of this genre, something familiar from the previous release, and something unique to this release. You are going to save the kingdom of Middleshire from many problems by managing the resources available to you. If you played the first game, you might be happy to see Cedric. If not, I'm sure you won't be disapponted either. If you are a fan of this genre, you might not be able to get as many new releases as the fans of the hidden object game genre, but you are kind of lucky this time. And the reason is because I don't think I have ever played a hidden object game that would last at least like 10-15 hours.
Temple of Life: The Legend of Four Elements Collector's Edition is one of the latest releases into the hidden object puzzle genre. The game revolves around one of the most common themes for the casual games - the four elements. If you are in the mood for a trip to Egypt in December, you should try this one. The game is not really in tune with the Christmas atmosphere and everything, but it is still not a problem, is it? If you are anything like me, the problem is the absence of voice acting. It doesn't make the game bad, but I do appreciate when you don't have to read all the dialogues.
This game is really worth to be a Friday's release. Haunted Past Realm of Ghosts seems to be one of the many hidden object puzzle adventure games about the ghosts. But that's only at first sight. You are going to be nicely surprised with some of the features you get to play with. Just like many times before, you are found by an attorney to be informed that you have inherited a mansion. The mansion is not that good, but it is still free, and you go there to take a look at it. Pretty soon you notice that you keep spotting ghost of different people including your mom. The next thing you know id that you actually have a gift for comunicating with them. That's when your journey begins.